The CIME Project
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The CIME (Creativity and Innovation in Micro-Enterprises) project aimed to attract small enterprises looking for new methods to address business issues, and stimulate creativity and innovation. The project operated from 2009 to September 2012.
This website records information on the background to the project and how the project was implemented in South-East Ireland and South West Wales. Information about potential sources of help for business in these regions is also provided at the 'Inspiration' pages.
If you have any questions or comments about CIME, please make contact with us through the contact page.
The project was part funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) through the Ireland Wales Programme (INTERREG 4A). It was a European funded venture developed by SERA (South-East Regional Authority, Ireland) in partnership with Swansea Metropolitan University, University of Wales Trinity Saint David and Kilkenny County Enterprise Board Ltd.
Ireland-Wales 2007 - 2013 Programme
CIME represents the
Ireland Wales Programme 2007 - 2013
as a flagship project for
European Cooperation Day
Through an integrated approach to economic, environmental, social and technological issues the Ireland-Wales INTERREG 2007-2013 Programme seeks to further develop the cross border region and:
- Contribute to its greater competitiveness and sustainable development;
- Improve its overall economic, environmental and social well-being;
- Achieve a more cohesive, balanced and sustainable development of the Ireland-Wales cooperation area, and thus to contribute to the overall competitiveness of the Community territory in a globalised world.
Further details regarding the Programme and its Priorities can be found at www.irelandwales.ie